Hearing reveals dire future for Kingman water source

Mohave County Supervisor Jean Bishop testifies at a public hearing conducted by the Arizona Department of Water Resources on Saturday, Nov. 12 in Kingman to take input on a proposal to establish an Irrigation Non-Expansion Area to help save water in the Hualapai basin, which serves the Kingman area. (Photo by MacKenzie Dexter/Kingman Miner)

Mohave County Supervisor Jean Bishop testifies at a public hearing conducted by the Arizona Department of Water Resources on Saturday, Nov. 12 in Kingman to take input on a proposal to establish an Irrigation Non-Expansion Area to help save water in the Hualapai basin, which serves the Kingman area. (Photo by MacKenzie Dexter/Kingman Miner)

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